The strong sales pace posted by big truck makers in 1999 slowed a bit in November, with deliveries of medium- and heavy-duty rigs rising 12.5% vs. like-1998 to 41,408 units, the lowest monthly total since February and the smallest sales increase over previous year results since December 1998. November's tally, though viewed as a slump for 1999 and possibly an indication of an industry downturn, would've been a monthly best in 1998. Eleven months into 1999, sales of Class 4-8 trucks are ...
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